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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    Yesterday I picked up 4 more punds of Tillamook medium chedder that comes in a 2 lb block and looks vacuum packed. It just might be shrink wrapped.

    Of course they say to keep it refrigerated and the best by date on the packages say Jun/22/2022.
    Yea it's vacuum packed, keeps the bad things out. Good thing it doesn't say 'Rotten At'. If it did, then I'd be in trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    The sawdust in this picture looks very course to me. Could you just use a chainsaw to make some chips?
    My only concern with a chainsaw would be oil tainting the chips.
    That's an ebay pic with what looks like shavings from a plane or similar.

    The "dust" I use is a mix of fine & coarse pecan hickory (pic below).
    I think there's a lot of leeway on what will work.

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    I found this a very interesting read. Goes to show how folks can be so very thoughtful and helpful.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/we...oes/ar-AARM5Hc
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    Great story of neighbors helping neighbors Roy. Thanks for sharing.
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    Should have taken more photos, but smoked a mullet today. Full of roe.

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    That's the small one, delicious smoked.
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    I like salmon eggs. Fresh is best, but smoke is very good too. If they are brines and washed they get a funny texture. I imagine most fish eggs are similar. Looks like good eating to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    I like salmon eggs. Fresh is best, but smoke is very good too. If they are brines and washed they get a funny texture. I imagine most fish eggs are similar. Looks like good eating to me.
    There is a lot of salmon farmed down here, but not a fan, except for the frames fried. I bet wild salmon would be much tastier. Have not seen eggs before, do you get them from your catch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    Should have taken more photos, but smoked a mullet today. Full of roe.

    That's the small one, delicious smoked.
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    Looks tasty. Do you smoke the roe the same duration as the mullet ? Is it hot smoked or cold ?
    I do my kahawai cold smoked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    There is a lot of salmon farmed down here, but not a fan, except for the frames fried. I bet wild salmon would be much tastier. Have not seen eggs before, do you get them from your catch?
    Farmed salmon is a politically charged discussion in my area. I’ll forgo the why, but I never eat or recommend farmed salmon. I get it from wild salmon, and it’s best when the eggs are maximum size. Very tasty, I also very much like herring spawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    Looks tasty. Do you smoke the roe the same duration as the mullet ? Is it hot smoked or cold ?
    I do my kahawai cold smoked.
    Yeah, cold smoke for 3 or 4 hours.
    Then slow low on the barbie for 40 minutes or so. Got one of those UFO cold smokers a few years ago. You must have seen them there OZ?
    Didn't know you got kahawai over there.
    Bloody good smoked, not bad raw either.
    Pretty average fried..
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